In a way, there is a religious fundamentalist quality to this globe-denialism, and it occurred to me that there is a quasi-religious foundation for people's stubborn belief in a flat earth. I'm no scientist, but I do know religion, and so into the fray I jumped with a video entitled "A Religious Argument Against the Flat Earth."
https://youtu.be/jwGDPr8zEB0 The final events of Jesus’ life are among the most central to Christian thought. But the four gospels are not of one mind as to what those events were. When we look deeply, we find that each gospel is crafting not a moment-by-moment historical record, but a rich theological narrative that conveys its message…
The second episode in the Some, uh, Theologica video series—an exploration of how the long mysterious name of God became Jehovah.
Few people realize that in the Book of Genesis, the world is made twice. In this video, we explore both the meaning of that curious fact and how it helps us understand both the nature of scripture and the messages it contains.